National Signing Day has come and gone.
It is truly a day when everyone who follows college football recruiting can feel like they’re on the floor of the U.S. stock exchange.
As we all relax in our cushy lounge chairs with a mocha latte in hand back at the office, the returns are coming in and each school’s classes are being analyzed.
This year, a few teams realized that not only does defense win championships, but having an offense to win games would be a distinct advantage.
Where did the top 10 teams rank in terms of having the best offensive class in the country?
Did one of the usual powerhouses take the crown?
Could a virtual outsider possibly break the college football recruiting glass ceiling?